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Can anybody stop DeSean Jackson?

Nobody believes in Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson more than he, himself.

He made that clear when he told reporters this week that nobody could stop or cover him, even naming some of the league’s top cornerbacks. 133 more words


Day in Review: August 3, 2015

With Monday in the books, let’s hit the books (the internet in today’s day and age)(‘books’ is pronounced like ‘looks’ except with the ‘b’ sound instead of the ‘l’ sound: here is an example of correct pronunciation:: AMERICA!) and review this day: 271 more words

DeSean Jackson says he's unstoppable, calls out Richard Sherman and Darrelle Revis

Washington’s Week 6 matchup with the New York Jets just got a little more compelling after a confident DeSean Jackson bragged at Redskins Training camp that no cornerback can stop him, including six-time Pro Bowler Darrelle Revis. 165 more words


#OffThePorchSports No One Can Stop Me - Desean Jackson

“I don’t feel no one can stop me. You can get Darrelle Revis, Richard Sherman — whoever you want to get.” – DeSean Jackson

He led the NFL with 13 catches for 40 yards or more — five more than any other wideout.

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A Confident DeSean Jackson: 'No One Could Stop Me.'

RICHMOND — DeSean Jackson has never lacked confidence.

You can’t if you’re a 5-foot-10, 178-pound wide receiver in a sport where brute size and strength are the norm. 391 more words


Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson: "No one can guard me"

Entering his eighth season in the NFL, wide receiver DeSean Jackson remains one of the most dynamic pass-catchers in the league.

When asked how one teammate, cornerback Chris Culliver, challenged him at practice, Jackson didn’t mince words — he’s coming at the NFL’s elite defenders, per… 94 more words


Brandon Boykin clarifies comments after hinting at racially-motivated moves


After being traded, Brandon Boykin has clarified his comments, per ESPN:

“When you’re a player, you want to be able to relate to your coach off the field,” Boykin said.

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